Tim Miller, WTOL 11

Tim Miller

WTOL 11

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  • FOX19
  • WFSB Channel 3
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Past articles by Tim:

How to help your kids get closure during coronavirus closures

Health expert says to seek help after 2 weeks of sadness → Read More

How to protect kids as they return to the sports fields

With kids returning to sports, here are some things parents, coaches and students themselves can do to keep everyone safe. → Read More

Family Focus: Keeping your kids safe during outdoors playtime

As parents continue to work from home, and kids without daycare, how can parents keep their kids safe? WTOL. TOLEDO, OHIO → Read More

Child welfare workers release video diaries

Some welfare workers fear that the impacts of COVID-19 can create the perfect storm for child abuse to increase. → Read More

ProMedica psychiatrist provides tips for families as they navigate changes brought on by COVID-19

ProMedica psychiatric nurse practitioner Tiffany Pottkotter has advice for families as they quarantine amid Ohio's stay-at-home order. WTOL. → Read More

Gov. Mike DeWine worried kids aren't getting vaccinated

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Ohio officials worry that parents are scared to take their children to doctor's appointments. → Read More

Pregnancy and the coronavirus: What happens when you are ready to deliver?

Some couples are avoiding hospitals during the stay-at-home order. → Read More

How your kids can still experience Toledo Zoo without actually being there

The zoo is closed to the public, but still open for adventure! → Read More

EdChoice under the gun: is it saving education or stealing from our schools?

The battle lines are drawn on the state program that allows students from under-performing schools to get a voucher to attend a private school of their choice. → Read More

Rear-view cameras or mirrors? Either way, look before you back u

Thousands of children are killed or seriously injured every year because a driver backing up or going forward didn't see them. Experts say 70% of the time, it's a parent that's involved. → Read More

Family Focus: Doctors warn of injuries, deaths from using baby w

The American Academy of Pediatrics is calling to ban infant walkers in the U.S. Reports show eight children were killed in connection to baby walkers from 2004 to 2008. → Read More

Preventing A Predator: How to stop the next Larry Nassar at loca

The unthinkable happened, over several years. Girls as young as 11 or 12, or even in their early 20s, being abused by a man they trusted. → Read More

New fall tradition, "Luminous Nights" kicks off at Toledo Zoo

The Toledo Zoo is shedding light on their newest fall event called “Luminous Nights” geared toward inspiring people to conserve the natural environment and its animals. → Read More

Toledo Mud Hens to honor childhood cancer survivors on Sunday

It's expected to be a great weekend of baseball at Fifth Third Field. Of course, this means the beloved Mud Hens. → Read More

Opioid abuse shaping up to be major issue in 2018 gubernatorial

As the 2018 Ohio gubernatorial election heats up, the debate on how best to deal with the opioid epidemic is also heating up. → Read More

Security increasing at end of Ramadan celebration in light of re

The SeaGate Centre will welcome at least 5,000 people to celebrate the end of Ramadan. → Read More

Call 11 for Action gets results for man with driveway problem

After three weeks, our Call 11 for Action team is getting results on a driveway problem that should have been fixed months ago. → Read More

Love Facebook? Ohio Attorney General says make sure you know who

There's consumer alert from Ohio’s top law enforcement leader, especially if you use Facebook. → Read More

Attorney General could announce run for Ohio Governor; Democrats

It looks like you will have another big name to think about in the race for Ohio Governor. But the leader of the Ohio Democrats says not so fast. → Read More

Medical students learn on simulators before they see real patien

Third-year medical students at the University of Toledo are leaning new ways to take care of patients. → Read More